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By Jocelyn S. Paulley
The barriers to entry to the world of retail have reduced significantly with the rise of e-commerce.
By Aurore Dangel
An offer to purchase an immovable property is as crucial a step in the purchase process for the seller as it is for the buyer.
By Rodrigue Escayola
We are only days away from the Federal legalization of cannabis. In response to this legislative change, many condominium corporations have decided to implement rules to address smoking ...
By Vanessa Delnaud
Gowling WLG's Gowling WLG's commercial/intellectual property team team looks at the mandatory steps that need to be taken to import and put cosmetics and perfume products on the UAE market.
By Shaela W. Rae
Black market. Dark web. Illicit. Underground market. Illegitimate. Illegal. Organized crime. All words used to describe the illegal cannabis industry, until October 17, 2018 that is.
By Natalie Rizkalla-Kamel, Monique M. Couture
With the legalization of recreational cannabis set for October 17, 2018, cannabis companies are flooding the Canadian trademarks register with an array of new trademark applications.
By Gowling WLG
While the legalization of recreational cannabis is just around the corner, for the many companies that produce cannabis in Canada, the road to legalization began many months, and in some case years ago.
By Gowling WLG
Following months of uncertainty surrounding the way US Border Patrol officers will assess those working in and around Canada's legalized cannabis industry, US Customs and Border Protection (CBP)...
By P.A. Neena Gupta, Sebastien Pepin
On October 17, 2018, Canada will legalize the possession and the consumption of small amounts of cannabis for personal use. What does this mean for landlords? Eighty-five percent of landlords...
By Gowling WLG
A new national cannabis reporting and tracking system will launch on October 17, 2018 concurrently with the coming into force of the Cannabis Act.
By Gowling WLG
On August 13, the new Ontario PC government announced its plans to revamp the province's approach to cannabis legalization and retail.
By Cam Cameron
On September, 27, 2018, Bill-36 (the Cannabis Statute Law Amendment Act, 2018) was introduced by the Ontario government. If passed, it will, inter alia, enact the Cannabis License Act...
By Emilie Feil-Fraser
Social media is a critical component of most companies' marketing strategies, but it is also one of the most difficult marketing tools to square with the new federal cannabis regulatory regime.
By Lorraine Mastersmith
The TSXV CPC program has been historically popular in the mining industry, but with the liberalization of medical- and recreational-use cannabis, across Canada and beyond, it is proving to offer a viable capital...
By Lewis Retik, Megan Martins
Cannabis is currently regulated as a "controlled substance" and "narcotic" (pre-October 17, 2018). The Narcotic Control Regulations prohibit the advertisement of narcotics to the public.
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